Youzign Review

Youzign is a new product from Bertrand Diouly and Martin Crumlish that offers users a massive number of graphic design options as well as training on selling them.

What does the product offer?

In terms of what Youzign actually is, it’s a massive number of different templates and graphical components that users can use to create their own graphics. Bertrand Diouly and Marting Crumlish are touting Youzign as not just being able to be used by you, but more importantly, your clients or clientele to be.

These templates and graphics are broken down into a huge number of different categories that Bertrand Diouly and Marting Crumlish say can be used in a number of different ways.

These range from custom sized images for things like blogs going all the way up to things as varied as business card designs (allegedly a business in its own rights) to headers for social media sites like Facebook, Google Plus and YouTube and even things like memes.

Also offered as a bonus is GFX Mastermind, an 11 module video training course from Martin Crumlish and Bertrando on how to sell your graphic designs online.

How does the product work?

Realistically there are a huge number of different ways that you could utilise Youzign ranging from creating your own graphics for your own projects (which is arguably the most obvious use) to trying to do what Bertrand Diouly and Marting Crumlish recommend which is selling designs to others.

Quite how far you would get with this method is something that is rather debatable however.

What is the initial investment?

Youzign is available for $87 which is a one off cost. For this you get access to over 1000 different templates.

Payment is handled via JVZoo and there is a 60 day money back guarantee offered however you will have to claim this from Bertrand Diouly and Marting Crumlish directly.

What is the rate of return?

The income potential for Youzign isn’t something that Bertrand Diouly and Marting Crumlish really talk about and this makes sense for a lot of reasons. The fact is that because of the resources that Youzign offers and the many ways in which you can use them, there is no set way that you can gauge income.

Conclusion

Youzign isn’t necessarily bad. In fact, I can see how to the right kind of person it could be outright useful. What I think is worth addressing is the clear fact that if you are buying into Youzign to start an online business creating graphics with it, you will be sorely disappointed.

If however you are a marketer who has a high volume of products that you put out then the value in Youzign becomes rather more apparent. The fact is that getting graphic design work done can be pricey and Youzign presents a chance to move some of these costs in house if you are currently outsourcing.

This is however a very niche product and it is unlikely to be something that the majority of internet marketers will be unlikely to really make use of.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts